Area=1/2(base*height) where either side can be the base or the height in a right triangle.
The area of any triangle is1/2 of (the length of the triangle's base) times (the triangle's height).
to find the area of any triangle follow the formula: 1/2(b*h) "B" - stands for the base of the triangle "H" - stands for the height of the triangle
Use the formula 1/2 the base * the height
The area of a right triangle is dependent on the length of leg A and leg B. The formula for this is A= leg a multiplied by leg b then divided by 2.
b x h=n /2
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The formula of the area of a triangle is Base * Height / 2
The Formula for area of any triangle (including right) is: Base x height divided by 2 for example: the base of my triangle is 10 cm and the height of my triangle is 5 cm 10 x 5 divided by 2 = 25 cm squared
base times height, then divide by two because a triangle is half of a square or rectangle right?
Area of Equilateral Triangle A= S2 * (Root 3)/4, where A= Area of the triangle S= Side of the triangle.